Weber Talks ND visit & U-M BBQ

Detroit Cass Tech '15 RB Mike Weber talks recent ND visit and his upcoming trip to Ann Arbor.

SOUTHFIELD, Mich.--At the end of day one of the Sound Mind, Sound Body football camp last week, Detroit Cass Tech and Cleveland Glenville squared off in exhibition 7-on-7 passing scrimmage. The game matched several highly rated prospects including rising Cass Tech running back Mike Weber.

"It was really just a game of 7-on-7 and came out here to have fun to see where we were at," said Weber, who is heading into his junior season at Cass Tech. "It was a good look versus a good team. I always think we're better. But they a good team. They matched up with us pretty good. We did alright."

At 5-foot-10, 205-pounds, Weber has notable offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame and Ohio State. And recently he went on a unofficial visit to South bend, Ind. to check out the Irish.

"I went to Notre Dame," Weber said. "It was normal. I expected a lot things when I went up there. They didn't shock me. It was just Ok."

Michigan was one of the first schools to recruit Weber and he has already been on multiple visits to Ann Arbor. However, he said the next time he visits U-M he would like to have the company of his parents.

"It really is just getting me down there again and (the coaches) meeting my family and eat and stuff like that," Weber said. "I want my parents to get to know (the coaching staff) and stuff."

Weber said he will be in Ann Arbor in July for the annual Barbecue at Big House.

"I'm just going to look around and go up there and fun," Weber said. "I want to meet the people I haven't met. You know, and see people I haven't seen in a while. I want to see the coaches and the fans and stuff like that. It's going to be pretty good."

In the meantime, Weber says he is gearing up for a huge Junior season in hopes to winning his third straight state championship.

"We just need to work harder. People are going to be coming at our heads this year. They know we went back to back, so they want to be us. So every game is going to be an adversity game. So we are just going to have to come harder and win it again."

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